Designed by Tutto Interiors, Photograph by John Carlson

Come Dine with Me

The holiday season is just around the corner, and preparing our homes for entertaining family and friends is moving up the priority list. We asked a group of taste-making designers to share their work and to find out if their clients prefer casual or formal dining spaces.

Michelle Lynne

“Know Your Worth” – Our Takeaways

The third installment in MDC’s Designer Network Series featured business coach Michelle Lynne of Designed for the Creative Mind.

Rita O’Brien Interiors, Photograph by Beth Singer

Shedding Light

As the season progresses and daylight hours are fleeting, interior lighting becomes a primary focus. We asked six discerning interior design professionals to share some of their tricks-of-the-trade to get the best lighting in your home—no matter the space.

Dan Davis Design, Photography by Laura McCaffery

Bring It Home

We’re confident interior designers love the work they do for all their clients. But we were curious… Is there a particular design that they’ve created for a client that they’d like to incorporate into their own home? We posed this question to a quartet of accomplished designers.

Annie Kordas Interiors, Photograph by Kat Stevenson

Kid Zone

Whether it’s sugar-and-spice-and-everything-nice, active and rugged, or something in-between, kids want a space that’s uniquely their own. We’ve enlisted a cadre of savvy designers to share the inside scoop in keeping their smallest clients happy.

Shelley Knudson, Kali Weber, Merien Daka, Lucy Earl, Barry Harrison and Arturo Sanchez

“Building for Success in Any Economy” – Our Key Takeaways

From identifying winning personality traits to proper bookkeeping practices, MDC’s second installment in The Designer Network Series was a deep dive into the framework for a successful firm. Read on to discover a few of the most impactful statements from the lively panel discussion.